International Conference on Flood Resilience
Experiences in Asia and Europe
5-7 September 2013
Exeter, United Kingdom Google+

A: SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT

A1: URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT PLANS

Developing business-as-usual scenarios for the urban growth of four Asian megacities
William Veerbeek, Chris Zevenbergen

Towards a decision support tool for adaptive flood risk management in an urban catchment
Suleman Shaikh, Stefan Kurzbach, Natasa Manojlovic

The relationship between flood probability‏ and the environmental transformation efficiency of urban development
Hsiang-Leng Chen, Hsing-Fu Kuo, Ko-Wan Tsou

A theory of 5R-layer framework for urban flood resilience – a basis for alternative planning practices, Dhaka case study
Fang-Yu Hu, David M. Khan

Super levees along the Arakawa river in Tokyo: Evaluation from the viewpoint of spatial planning in a low-lying area
Hitoshi Nakamura, Takaaki Kato, Yuto Shiozaki

Using satellite imagery to assess the influence of recent urban development on the impacts of extreme rainfall
Per Skougaard Kaspersen, Martin Drews, Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Henrik Madsen

Flood risk management framework and strategies for sustainable flood management
Ick Hwan Ko, Min Goo Kang, Sung Je Park

Sewerage system flood control adapted to environmental change in Yokohama City
Hiroaki Mutou, Yoshio Kurobane, Toru Meguro, Shuhei Okuno

A2: FLOOD RISK UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE AND GROWTH SCENARIOS

Assessing flood risk in London under climate and land use change
Claire L. Walsh, Richard J. Dawson, Stuart L. Barr, Alistair C. Ford, Jim W. Hall, Mike Batty

Informing long term planning decisions – scenario analysis for future flood management in the Taihu Basin, China
Jon Wicks, Chaoqing Yu

Flood hazard assessment considering climate change impacts – application to Barcelona case study using a 1D/2D detailed coupled model
Beniamino Russo, Marc Velasco, David Suñer

Scenarios for long-term economic city growth – models and results for selected CORFU case studies
Friso Schlitte

Multiple linked SUDS in hydrological modelling for urban drainage and flood management
Sandra Hellmers, Stefan Kurzbach, Natasa Manojlovic, Giovanni Palmaricciotti

Two fiscal front-runners: will their economies crumble due to the lack of flood resilience?
Komali Kantamaneni, Michael Phillips

A study of the Beijing intensity-duration-frequency curves
Yuwen Zhou, Ying Tang, Jian Zhao, Hongli Wang, Chang Liu

Automated model-based flood risk mapping for future scenarios of urban growth and climate change
Stefan Kurzbach, Natasa Manojlovic, Sandra Hellmers

Estimating and mapping the total economic costs from storm surges in Wilhelmsburg/Hamburg
Julia Kowalewski, Gehad Ujeyl

MRI-AGCM 3.2s precipitation based flood damage assessment study for Lower West Rapti River Basin in Nepal
Edangodage Duminda Pradeep Perera, Akiko Hiroe, Dibesh Shrestha, Kazuhiko Fukami, Divas Bahadur Basnyat, Surendra Gautam, Akira Hasegawa, Toshiya Uenoyama, Shigenobu Tanaka

A3: POLICY INSTRUMENTS AND GOVERNANCE ISSUES

Integrating innovative flood resilience measures: Lessons from Europe
Stephen Garvin, Iain White, Paul A. O'Hare, Angela Connelly, Nigel Lawson

How science and technology support the decision making in response to typhoons in Taiwan
Wei-Sen Li, Liang-Chun Chen, Lee-Yaw Lin

Learning and action alliances for innovation and active learning in a European context
Elizabeth Dudley, Richard Ashley, Natasa Manojlovic, Sebastiaan van Herk, John Blanksby

Resilience to flooding – draft building code
John D. Clarkson, Kenton Braun, Angela Desoto-Duncan, Graeme Forsyth, Jarit G. de Gijt, Nils P. Huber, Dale Miller, Philippe Rigo, David Sullivan

The status of stormwater governance in Barbados
Jenna Blackwood, Adrian Cashman

Actions for improving the Science-Policy Interface for flood risk management
Mark Morris, Derk van Ree, Karin Stone

A4: FLOOD RISK PERCEPTION

Communicating uncertainty in flood risk messages – understanding and risk perception
Ailsa Strathie, Gina Netto, Guy Walker, Gareth Pender

Exploring preparedness consciousness in Wilhelmsburg (Hamburg): Is the risk ‘real’ to the people on the Elbeinsel?
Sharon Birkholz, Paul Jeffrey

Evaluation of a specific action to encourage people at risk of flooding to adapt their behaviour
Julien Jadot, Isabelle Richard, Nicolas Bauduceau, Karine Weiss, Anne-Laure Moreau, Rodolphe Pannier

The value of partnership working during flood recovery: Done with or done to?
Alison McNulty, Kimberley Rennick

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